It’s time to look at the future and start building the platform to help propel health and care towards stellar collaboration.
Technology Consulting Manager – Accenture UKI H&PS
It’s not easy, managing a healthcare revolution characterised by a myriad of sensors, wearable devices and new health analytics applications. It is clear that multi-disciplinary care makes a big difference to the treatment of acute, elderly or multichronic patients. Digital collaboration allows clinical teams to change the way they work. It enables better-integrated multidisciplinary care, improves the patient journey and unlocks cost efficiencies.
The NHS is on the brink of exciting change. Digital collaboration will become the new normal – and Accenture is ready to help.
The only way to meet the demand of an ageing population with multiple chronic conditions, is with a transformed healthcare system that leverages cutting edge collaborative tools. This is exactly what clinicians are asking for.
Shared digital care platforms allow seamless collaboration and a range of micro services that enable personalised patient and clinician experiences. Collaboration tools allow greater automation of repetitive but still vital tasks, freeing up clinicians’ time.
Secure collaboration tools are now available to everyone working for the NHS. The transformed NHSmail solution was safely and robustly delivered by Accenture, realising digital healthcare collaboration and secure information transfer between organisations across England and Scotland. Read the NHS case study for more information.
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organisations across the country that use NHSmail
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NHSmail users migrated in one day
In the midst of COVID-19, National Health Service (NHS) support became even more crucial. Working with Accenture, the organisation equipped its providers with the best digital messaging and email tools. 2.1 million NHS employee mailboxes were migrated as part of a massive transformational journey to reinvent how healthcare is delivered.
Meet Dr Sam Shah, NHS England's Director of Digital Development who supports programmes that help empower citizens to use digital tools and services within the NHS. He also works with suppliers and other partners to help the NHS solve problems and work on building connectivity, making the NHS more consumer-centric. In partnership with healthcare providers, he and his team are enabling the digitisation of urgent and emergency care. He along with his team support the implementation of the strategy.
Learn more about Sam Shah.